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Blues Win 5-2 Over Capitals

January 4, 2019

The defending Stanley Cup Champs rolled into St. Louis Thursday night looking to bounce back from a 6-3 loss in Nashville on Monday. The Caps lead the Metropolitan Division in the East and were 9-2-0 in their last 11 games despite the loss to the Predators. St. Louis lost Monday night to the visiting New York […]

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The Blues Suck… And I Don’t Know Why

December 4, 2018

Goaltending has been inconsistent, the defense has been porous, they are leaving opposing players wide open to score, and then they have been utterly failing to score. That doesn’t even take into account the usual poor officiating and our usual December injury spree hitting the team. That being said, “The Blues Suck…and I know why […]

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Blues Fall to Predators 4-1

November 22, 2018

A new era began for the St. Louis Blues with Craig Berube at the helm when the Blues traveled to Nashville for the first of a home-and-home series with the Predators sandwiched around Thanksgiving Day. Starting Lineup With injuries to several key players and some shifting of players by Berbube, the lines looked like this: […]

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Results are In, Blues Win 4-1

November 6, 2018

The St. Louis Blues welcomed the Carolina Hurricanes for the first time this year and came away with a 4-1 win. Chad Johnson was the story and the Blues rode him and an opportunistic first period to beat a banged up Canes team. Follow along with me as we relive a game that no one […]

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To Train Up a Thomas…

October 21, 2018

King Solomon said in Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it”. That King Solomon was a wise guy, and though some believe that Robert Thomas is being mishandled, I believe Coach Yeo is implementing the same wisdom as Solomon […]

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Perron Hat Trick Leads Blues to 5-3 Win

October 11, 2018

Joel Edmundson made his season debut after recovering from a groin injury. Vince Dunn was the healthy scratch as Jakub Jerabek was slotted in for his Blues debut. Jay Bouwmeester began the game paired with Colton Parayko. Robert Bortuzzo and Jakub Jerabek manned the 3rd unit and Joel Edmundson was with Alex Pietrangelo in the […]

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This One Time, At Blues Camp: Part 1, Forwards

July 23, 2018

(The Blues’ Prospect Camp has come and gone, and for three out of four days, I enjoyed my time at Ice Zone in Hazelwood, MO. Here is my quick scouting report on the Blues’ prospective forwards. We all have cause to rejoice: our future is bright. Please note: my observations may differ from others, based […]

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St. Louis Blues: Down The Middle

July 2, 2018

The St. Louis Blues have made some changes, acquiring not one, but two for down the middle. I’m interested in having an idea of what a difference we can expect from St. Louis when looking at the center position. This will be a 5 on 5 comparison that will be made by averaging each center-man’s […]

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Building the Team: Internal Options

June 11, 2018

Well, here we are, it’s June, the playoffs are over, and the Blues aren’t there, again. We had a really early exit this year, not making the playoffs, not as usual, and we’ve all had time to process the season that wasn’t. We’ve processed, yelled, screamed and cried.  Then we moved on, hopping onto our […]

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Forwards – Should They Stay or Should They Go: A Team Review, Part 1

April 14, 2018

The Season has now drawn to a close. It was a season of ups and downs and overall just plain disappointing. After the rocket hot start this year’s Blues team had, pretty much anything short of a Central Division Championship would have been disappointing. Then January and February happened, and the lead in the division […]

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